women's basketball

Point/Counterpoint: Which varsity team will most impress in the 2017-18 season?

A new season signifies a fresh start, a clean slate for those who struggled and a platform to build on for those who exceled during last year's 2016-17 varsity season. The Journal 's sports editors found it fitting to make their picks for which varsity team will impress most by season's end.Continue...

Positive outlooks for women's and men's basketball 2017-18 seasons

After looking back at the men’s and women’s basketball seasons, it’s safe to say the two are almost polar opposites.Continue...

De Goede putting in double time

It’s no secret varsity athletes have difficulties striking a balance between their sport, academics and being social.Continue...

Women's basketball miss out on podium finish

Last Sunday, the Gaels closed out their season in Victoria, B.C. against the Carleton Ravens, with a U Sports national bronze medal on the line. Looking for a chance at redemption, having lost to the Raven’s just weeks before in the OUA finals, the Gaels ended their historic 18-1 season on a bit of a sour note.Continue...

Women’s basketball moves one step forward to national championship

Gaels turn 30-21 deficit into 60-51 win versus Cape Breton.Continue...

Women's basketball claims silver in close loss to Carleton

A sold-out ARC would have to settle for a second-place finish by the women’s basketball team in the OUA finals, as they fell to the Carleton Ravens in a low-scorin, 49-41 finish.Continue...

Gaels one win away from national championship berth

With a potential national tournament berth on the line Friday night, there’s no place like home for the women’s basketball team.Continue...

Which varsity team will go farthest in the playoffs?

The Journal’s sports editors argue which Gaels team will go deep in the OUA playoffsContinue...

Winning streak snapped at sixteen for women’s basketball

The women’s basketball team’s historic winning streak came to a unfortunate close this past weekend as women’s basketball fell to the Carleton Ravens 60-52. The loss marks their first of the season, but the Gaels were quick to bounce back with a victory over the Ottawa Gee-Gees on Saturday.Continue...

Dixon grows as team flourishes

When Abby Dixon decided to focus her sights on basketball over competitive soccer as a 16-year-old, multi-sport athlete, she couldn’t have anticipated the success that her basketball career would bring.Continue...

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